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Warm Up: Outdoor Springtime Party Snacks

When we first started looking at apartments to rent in Miami, we knew having a view of the water was a non-negotiable. Luckily, we ended up scoring a two-bedroom gem in a 16th-floor high rise complete with a large patio overlooking beautiful Biscayne Bay. 762 more words

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Pot of Gold: St. Patty’s Day Colcannon

As with most Americans, my heritage is a bit of a mixture. Those who knew me before I was married know that my maiden name is Shea (originally derived from O’Shea), and being as I am part Irish (we still have family in County Kerry), each year I really enjoy celebrating St. 428 more words

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Bon Temps: Mardi Gras Jambalaya

I take a lot of pride in my Cajun heritage. Both of my parents were born and raised in Louisiana – my mom’s side from New Orleans and my dad’s from a small south-central town called New Iberia. 1,049 more words

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English Breakfast at Linhill

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Today we woke up early for an 8:30am breakfast – as a class we were going to meet Charlotte Mills, the actress playing Tinkerbell in the Royal Shakespeare Company production of  192 more words

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Brunch at Bayswater

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Today started off pretty early for my usual Sunday (since I tend to sleep in until around 11am). We woke up at 10am to get ready for the day and meet everyone else at the Bayswater flats of professor Steven and his family. 365 more words

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Baked With Love: Grammie’s Hummingbird Cake

There’s something about a family recipe that’s unlike any other plain old recipe you’ll find in a cookbook or while strolling on Pinterest. Those recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation, even if they use the same ingredients as any other, have an incredible way of bringing you back to a certain time and place, with just one bite. 374 more words

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